Matt Russell is a student at Grays School of Art, Robert Gordon University, Aberdeen. He is currently specialising in Textiles & Surface Design, focusing in Fashion and Interiors as an output.
Having studied Chinese Language & Culture in Nanjing University China there is inspirations of both east and west in his work.
Blogging for not only on artnthat.com, Matt also writes for STV featuring his work, designs as well as his artistic and interesting findings in his day-to-day life as a designer as well as his time working in exciting projects such as Trump golf Scotland and in Paris and London Fashion week with an array of designers.
asterlingidea is a Scottish jewellery designer with an eye for all things sparkly and sentimental
Aubin Stewart, Aubeebop Jewellery creates quirky jewellery collections and one-off works using a combination of acrylics, nylons and precious materials.
Audrey Reid's jewellery combines intricate wirework captured in resin or outlined in frameworks to produce elegant and striking pieces.
Aurora’s philosophy is simple: to perfect and maintain high standards of original jewellery design and take pride in a product painstakingly hand crafted the traditional way in the Scottish islands of Orkney.
Barbara brings her love of vintage decorative lace, wallpaper/fabrics and architectutal features into a contemporary setting by adopting modern techniques and processes.
All the pieces that I produce are from locally sourced or locally found materials they all have a functional yet contemporary edge in a wide range of materials and techniques that marry together to form interesting objects.
Beadeliciousbaby, unique, top quality affordable, fashionable jewellery.
Beadeliciousbaby are experts at creating show stopping one of a kind treasured pieces of jewellery. We use the finest in materials including gemstones, swarovski crystals, sterling silver, lampwork, murano glass, vintage and so much more.
Custom orders are always most welcome.
Bespoke service available.
My pieces explore ideas of the embedded object and memory. The found objects I use are metaphors for recovered memory – forms of association and representation. I see these materials as artefacts which have a powerful relationship with the environment I have taken them from. I use objects which pull away from their environments acting as signifiers of residual memory.
A newbie to the craft industry, have been creating for years but now set up a shop as I need to clear some space to make more things! Huge fan of knitting and jewellery making.